I do so love discovering a new online shopping destination and Geneva-based boutique Little Home is one such place. Featuring furniture,..
Sometimes you see a product which blows your socks off. These Stacking Hoops from Play to Z are one such product. Taking the classic..
Finding a playmat that isn’t completely offensive to the eyes, but will also keep baby entertained is one of the many tricky..
As I mentioned a while back, we’re lucky enough to attend a Music for Aardvarks class every Friday. One of the toddlers’..
Tired of all the dull new baby gifts on the market? Danish design company Normann Copenhagen (they of the squishy rubber washing bowls) to..
We’re still in Fairtrade Fortnight, so what better excuse to hunt down a few toys with a conscience. First of all, I’ve..
Following our stocking fillers for under a fiver and stocking filler inspiration guide, here are nineteen more delights starting from..
We do love a multitasking product here at BG and US designers Skip Hop are wowing with this set of three floating bath ducks..
I love happening across cool home-spun businesses and Hope & Eden is one such discovery. Inspired by her two daughters (you guessed it)..
Last month we showed you a super sneak preview of Skip Hop’s new collection Treetop Friends based on designs by Sandra Issakson. At..
Call me selfish, but I do so love it when a hot discovery is local to me. Enter Mamissima, a petite boutique in the funky North Laine..
Isak, owl and Skip Hop fans rejoice – Sandra Isaksson’s designs are being turned into a whole range of products for Skip Hop...
I often feel like a spoil sport when I am trying to convince friends and relatives not to buy plastic toys for the kids. In an ideal world..
Treasure Baskets are a central part of Heuristic Play – the discovery and exploration of objects. The idea is to fill a basket with..
When Monty was born last year he was given a Skwish by a friend of our who proclaimed it the best designed toy he had come across. Strong..